Omega 3 supplements ineffective in depression

Today:- London, Nov-Widely thought to be essential for good health, Omega 3 fatty acid supplements may not be of much help in treating major depressive disorders, suggests new research. Omega 3 fatty acids have been widely promoted globally and are readily available over-the-counter supplement. These fatty acids are naturally found in fatty fish, such as tuna, seafood and some nuts...

Premature ejaculation is not a true illness: Study

Today:- New York, Nov-Premature ejaculation including female sexual dysfunction should not be classified as an illness, argue researchers, adding that the illness factor may have been constructed by sexual medicine experts under the influence of drug companies. “It is important for men to understand that in premature ejaculation, the physiology of ejaculation and orgasm is not impaired, and that it...

Beware!3- D printers could be toxic

Today:- New York, Nov- They may appear fancy but some objects produced by commercial 3D printers could be toxic to our health and environment, suggests new research. "These 3D printers are like tiny factories in a box," said William Grover, assistant professor of bioengineering in Bourns College of Engineering at University of California - Riverside, US. "We regulate factories. We would...

Being moody can help you adapt better to change

Today:_ London,Nov- Being moody may do some bad things to others but it can actually help you quickly adapt to changes in life whether positive or negative, a new research shows. It has long been known that mood biases our judgments and perceptions but this effect has usually been regarded as irrational or disadvantageous. According to the new theory, as people...

Why hangovers get worse as we grow older

Today:-New Delhi,Nov- The next time a hangover hits you hard the morning after a late-night party, look in the mirror to see if your hair is turning white or your hairline is receding. Yes, age is a major factor in the way drinking affects you. Worsening impact of hangovers are a reminder that drinking in moderation would be a better idea,...

Diamond reserve hidden in deep Earth?

New York,Nov-Diamonds may not be as rare as once thought as researchers believe that the precious stone may be more common deep in the earth. "Diamond formation in the deep earth, the very deep earth, may be a more common process than we thought," said study co-author Dimitri Sverjensky from Johns Hopkins University. However, the findings may not lead to a...

Twitter launches Make in India emoji

Today:-New Delhi,Nov- The Indian government on Wednesday became the first non-US based brand to have a Twitter emoji -- #MakeInIndia -- which aims to promote the country as a global manufacturing hub. "As a key highlight of this government campaign, an emoji of a black lion on an orange background, a version of the national programme's official logo, will now...

Nestle says Maggi will be back this month, all tests cleared

Today:-New Delhi,Nov- Nestle India on Wednesday said the "masala" version of Maggi noodles will hit the retail shelves as early as this month, having cleared all the tests ordered by the Bombay High Court at three accredited laboratories. "We have received the results from all the three NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing Calibration Laboratories) mandated by the Bombay High...

Daily Forecast (For November 05, 2015)

Today:-The following are the effects of the planetary positions, as per your rashi, i.e. Indian moon sign. Given here are the general effects as given in the classical Vedic astrology scriptures. However they can vary quite a bit based on your individual horoscope. Aries You are likely to have fortunate day today. You are likely to have cordial relations with your...

Uber cab driver gets life term for rape

Today:-New Delhi,Nov- A court here on Tuesday sentenced to imprisonment for life till death an Uber cab driver who raped a woman executive on December 5, last year. IANS photo:www.usnews.com